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Thursday, March 27, 187.
J.W. HOUGHTON, K.H.
. The Republican of "Wellington town
ship and Tillage are requested to meet
at the Tows Hall on Friday evening,
April 4th, at 7 o'clock, P. XL, to nomi
nate a ticket to be supported by Repub
licans, for tonnship and corporation of
ficers at the election to be held Monday,
April 7th, 1879, and for such other busi
ness as may be presented.
Uarch 87th, 1879.
: "Vf 7. Herrick, N. Hacking, Wm. Howk,
J. H. Dickson, 8. 8. Parker. Charles
Phelps, M. W. Lang, O. Herrick, E. Ben
edict, W. W. Harvey, E. G. Fuller, E. K
Hosted, C. O. Bennett, W. R. Santley,
' 8. Windecker, A. L. Dewey, L. C. Ben
nett, K. Hathaway. J. W. Houghton, J,
H. Wight, J. T. Ogden, E. W. Adams,
Geo. I.. Conch, Wm. vischer, E. T.
Robinson, P. N. Btronp, R. N. Goodwin,
R. A. Hon, J. W. Wilbur, R. Craddock,
8. E. Wilcox, P. C. Thomas, J. J. Thom
as. W. D. Miner. W. B. Wean. E. F,
Webster, O. D. Foot, Jay Woolley, J. II.
: Woolley, A. G. Couch, H. 8. Smith, Dan
Williams, F. French, T. R. Herrick, A.
D. Perkins, O. P. Chapman, K. JT. Jones,
B. D. Noble. C. M. W niton, W. A. Ash
ford. A. S. Kilborn, A. M. Fitch, J. M.
Otterbacher, D. C. Foote, N. Hoyt, Dr.
James Rust. Dr. D. J. Johns, L. P. Hoi
brook, Geo. Fisher,- H. Wadsworth, H.
: L. Couch, H. Mason, H. O. Biggs, A. B
Lambert. W. X. Peirce, J. B. Lang, W.
B. Davidson, 8. 8. Warner, W. Cushion,
Jr., W. H. Sage, Wm. H. Fisher, R. 8.
Holenbach, F. B. Borage, T. A. Lee, 8.
B. Emerson, D. Stevick, E. Collins, H.
G. Starr. E.T.Everett. E. B. Howk, H.
W. Hall. R. H. Henderson, J. P. Laun-
don, O. M. 8troup, E. L. Johns, Homer
The Local Option Bill has gone where
we prohesied it would, up Salt River. If
our temperance friends expected any
other result of their Is bo rs in circulating
and presenting petitions, they know less
of the true inwardness of this Legisla
ture than is creditable to their intelli
The vote on the Local Option Bill was
as follows: In favor 40, of which 84 were
. Republicans and 6 Democrats: against
43 of which 42 were Democrats and one
Republican. Two Republicans from
Cuyahoga were present but did not vote.
They ought to be counted with the nega
' live making 45 in all. It would then
read all Republicans in favor but three
all Democrats opposed but six. It would
take but little reasoning to show the
: Prohibition party where they might
throw their votes to secure temperance
A New Swindle for Farmers
out roR Tins agist or
"BOHXlOAjr HCIOXBSS OATS."
The Akron Beacon and the Cuyahoga
Falls Reporter have just exposed a hum
bug that has bitten a large number of
gummit county farmers A species of
white rye has been palmed off for oats at
the moderate price of $10 a bushel,which
can be bought for ten shillings a bushel
la Wisconsin, where it is not thought
much of. It does not yield as well as or
dinary oats, and cannot be used in the
manufacture of oatmeal as the agents
claim, because in the heating 'process the
' want of the hull leaves the kernel to
scorch and burn and makes it invariably
bitter. We do hope that the farmers of
Lorain county will not be beguiled by
the false and plausible statements con
cerning this grain. Some farmers have
, bought as high as 75 bushels. .
Per Capita expenses of State
... Asyl unis for the Insane.
. We have been furnished a statement
of all the Asylums in the United States,
which we designed to publish in full but
our space will not admit of it. Our read
ers will be interested to know that the
Northern Ohio Asylum at Newburgh
heads the list for economy, the cost per
patient being f 157 per year; $3.01 per
week. The Asylum at Dayton, O. stands
. fourth on the list, the cost being $178
per year or $3 88 per week. The Athens
' and Toledo Asylums stand sixth and sev
enth on the list, the cost per year being
$180 and $183 respectively. The Col
umbus stands eleventh the cost being
$200 per year. There are thirty-three
on the list the last pf which the Bloom-
ingdale of New York reaches the mag
nificent sum of $878 per year for each
patient. It is gratifying to know that
the trustees of our own State Asylums
are administering their trusts with econ
omy, and in addition it should be said
that they are among the finest and best
appointed in the country.
Tramp Laws Sufficient.
: Columbus, March 11. la the House,
the select committee appointed to in
quire what legislation is necessary for
. .. the suppression of tramps, submitted a
. lengthy report declaring that present
- -. laws, if properly enforced, were all that
were needed at present, but the time
must soon come when a system of Dis
trict Work-houses should be established
by the State for the confinement and
employment of vagrants. They find
' the law now to be that In towns and
. cities vagrants can be arrested and com
, polled to labor in workhouses or at any
other kind of labor which can be procur
ed for them, to pay their fines and costs
of prosecution Vagrants are defined to
be idle, wandering, roving, roaming vag
abonds, exactly expressive of the pro-
. fessional tramp. Towns and cities can
erect workhouses, or employ upon such
streets, or hire them to private parties,
under the supervision of officers, so
that as far as municipalities are concern
ed, the law is ample if it can be enforc-
, ed. As to rural distircts they report
that tramps can be arrested without war
rants, taken before a magistrate, a reg
ular warrant issued, and, if found that he
- is physically able to perform labor, and
does not and refuses or cannot give a
;;resonable and satisfactory account of
, himself, he can be immediately sent to
jail, thus ridding the community instant
ly of his presence. In short, there is no
. Idle vagabond tramping over the State
" but that can in 84 hours be safely lodged
in jail. Once there and convicted, the
Commissioners can make such rules as
that he can be employed in jail, which.
for the purposes of the law, is declared
to extend throughout the country so that
they can be hired out to contractors to
clean up roads, or to do any kind of
work that can be secured. They can
not be put in the penitentiary; that is al
ready full to overflowing with criminals
convicted of great crimes; but of course
those arrested will be thrown upon the
county for support unless work can be
obtained for them by which to pay expen
ses of detention. .The district work
houses are looked to as a better remedy,
and the committee also recommends that
the Board of State Charities report to
the next Legislature the expediency of
establishing State workhouses for the
purpose of accommodating persons con
victed of vagrancy.
A Statement From the Commis
Auditor's Owes, Eltria, O ,
To tiu ytopU of Lorain County:
The question as to the propriety of build
tag a new courthouse is to be submitted to
you for decision at the annual election to be
held on the 7th day of April next. In
sponse to inquiries from numerous sources,
for information In regard to the matter, we
herewith present a statement of some facts
for your consideration:
As to the cost of the proposed building,
we will say that we have taken every means
to inform onrselTes that suggested Itself as
practicable, and believe we can state the
outside limit of the expenditure neccessary
very closely. We have examined court
houses In Toungstown, Mansfield, Zanesrille
Coshocton and Newark the original plans,
specifications and estimates of such build
ings, as well as the final coat thereof. We
have consulted builders and architects of the
highest standing in their profession, and
hare ourselves made an estimate based npon
the present prices ot labor and the materials
that will enter into the construction of the
proposed building, and reiving npon the in
formation thus acquired we say that in our
opinion a suitable building can be erected for
a sum not exceeding $35,000. We beliere it
can be done for $75,000 and all our plans and
estimates have been upon that basis. It the
building is authorized, we shall feel bound
to keep within the highest figure named, and
no plan will be adopted or contract made de
manding the expenditure et any greater
As to the taxation necessary to meet the
proposed expenditure, we ssy, there is now
in the building and other funds in the treas
ury, $50,000 in excess of present demands
that may be appropriated to the building of
a courthouse if the people direct it. This
would leave not to exceed $35,000 to be
raised by taxation. The valuations on the
present duplicate aggregate the sum of
$17,050,597. This is likely to be Increased
the coming vesr, but npon thst basis it
safe to say, the levy of a mill would produce
the sum of $17,500. Two years' levy would
at that rate raise $35,000. But it wiU not be
necessary to increase the levies to the extent
ot one mill, for the reason that in the pres
ent leTy there is included four-tenths of a
mill for building funds. This would leave
the increased levy necessary, but six-tenths
ot a mill, or sixty cents npon each thousand
dollars valuation, or six cents on esch one
hundred dollars. Every tax-payer can take
his lsst receipt and make his own compula
tion that la find out how mnch it will cost
We are fully convinced of the necessity of
the proposed improvement, and we have
come to this conclusion, by the consideration
of the facts of the case, that are within the
reach ot every taxpayer.
The present building is too small in which
to transact the public business. Not a room
in it is large enough. The material ot which
It is composed is old and decayed. To
enlarge or repair it, so ss to adapt it to the
wants of the present is Impossible. Money
spent upon it with such object in view would
be simply thrown away.
The volumes of the records of deeds and
proceedings of the courts, already fill the
vanlta provided for their safe keeping. The
most important fsct of all, we think, is, that
there is no safe place in which to preserve
the records containing the evidence of the tl
tie to all of the real property of the county.
The value of these records to the people of
the county, cannot be estimated, and their
destruction would entail a loss compared
with which, the cost of a courthouse would
sink to insignificance. Thst there is dangei
in this quarter, Is evidenced by the publli
alarm respecting it which has come to our
attention. At the October term, A. D. 1878,
of the Court of Common Fleas, the grand
jury ot the county, after considering the
matter, made the following report:
"We, the Grand Jury, this October term of
the Court of Common Pleas, in and for the
county of Lorain, Ohio, after having exam.
iued the offices and vaults in which the rec
ords of deeds and proceedings of the court
are kept find the ssme wholly insufficient and
unsafe and would recommend the County
commissioners to take immediate steps
build a court-house in this county.
. C W. Hsmkxwat. Wellington,
A.J. Saok, Huntiigton,
F. . Gbiftct, Amheist,
1L Barrows, Avon,
A. Beebk, jr., Elvris,
G. A. Vah Cu.tr. Wellington,
S. C McMillan, Black Kiver,
Hknrv M.BRTUE, Amherst,
M. J. Buaxak-, Elyria,
O. J. Clark, Pittsheld,
Ed. Hahcb, Eston,
K.J. E.1NO, Black Kiver,
C. Powebs, Rossis,
8. Moon. Avon,
Geo. Whits it, LaGrngr."
The same opinion seems generally to pre
vail among the property-owners of the coun
ty, whose attention has been called to the
matter. In view of the foregoing and many
other considerations, we deem It our dnty to
call the attention of the people to the matter
and take their Judgment respecting It. The
necessity of the work being admitted, this
seems, in view of tbe extreme low prices of
labor and materials, an opportune time to
begin the work. The fact that needy labor
ers will thus be furnished employment and
thus the means of supporting their families,
though not a controlling is an Important fact
bearing upon the matter.
C. S. Mills, ) Comrais
S. B. DUDLEY, sionersol
A. D. Pxrkiks, J LoiaiuCo.
tolie Court-House Question.
nUSTTNGTOK, Habch 24th. 1879.
I am glad the courthouse question is
being discussed, jet I fear some are
viewing it from a selfish interest rather
than public good. In jour last issue
"Vulcan" acknowledges the necessity of
a courthouse, location and all. While we
admit Oberiin ta be nearer the center of
this renowned county, vet 'tis not the
center of gravity financially, nor the hub
on which we turn. In an educational
point of view it ranks among the firt
class, and its moral atmosphere of which
"Vulcan" spesfcs, we admit is a sweet
scented savor tu most persons (north of
Mason & DUon's line) yet when compar
ed with Elyria it has nothing of which to
boast. The comparison was unjust, and
sounds more like the language of a vul
ture. For natural advantages, beauty of
scenery, building material and financial
resources Elyria stands preeminent among
her compeers. "Vulcan" says he hss
consulted his map and finds Oberiin to
be nearer the geographical center than
Elyria. Strange! Centralization seems
to hang with our friend, with as much
importance as with the poor Irishman
who, when urged by a minister to give
up nis cups ana go to Heaven objected.
on the ground that it "was out of his
wake." lias our friend never read
or heard that distance lends "enchant
ment to the view." He claims to have
heard from the southern townships and
ail express themselves pleased with the
idea oi acnange, ana if there be any
averse to nis view tt will be a few who
plranta for office who expect a big boost.
very likely have been promised it" who
will be the exception not the rule. Ahem!
What is the chair to the wheat," saith
my Lord. Now my brother have you
not read in your old catechism, that "dis
appointment is the lot of man." I have
found by bitter experience that it is the
easiest thing in the world to be mistaken.
and I would not be so selfish as to not
wish vou might eniov the same rich ex
perience. Now, Mr. Editor, we have no
ax to grind, although it may oe true
that we are the culls, the dross, etc., but
if we do not know much, what we do
know is of use to us. We do know that
it is not for the best to remove old laud-
marks and to incur additional and use
less expense when it will be of no ad
vantage to our county.
In the first place the means of access
to Elyria are much better than to Ober
lin, in proof of which ask Amherst,
Henrietta, Avon, Ridgeville.Brownhelm,
Eaton and other townships which aside
from railroad privileges are located on
beautiful sandy ridges of nature's own
building which goes to show that Provi
dence aided in its primitive location.
Again, we in the south part cf the coun
ty can reach Elyria by rail, but were we
obliged to go to Oberiin, certainly at this
seuon of the year we would be com
pelled to sing "How Tedious and Taste
less the Hours" to the tune of "Mire and
Clay." Again, as an educational center
Oberiin ought not to be disturbed by
business interests, manufacturing indus
tries or any enterprise that would of ne
cessity distract the mind from a classical
course of study.
Elyria has natural advantages unsur
passed by any town in the State. Stone
nd building material or wnicn to ouiia
a fine courthouse can be obtained several
thousand dollars cheaper than elsewhere.
Then the magnificent 1 ark anoother ap
pointments that have taken many years
of care would be found wanting in any
other place, the idea of removing our
county-seat is so preposterous that we
have charity enough to believe that it
must have originated in the mind of some
one who ought to reside at newourgn.
We are charged with trying to rush mat
ters. We have had one month to consid
er the merits and have two weeks in
which to mature our judgment so as to
enable us as enterprising citizens to vote
as we should on the courthouse question.
Ecbibkib fob April. Has several con
spicnons personal attractions.
The psper on 'Henry Bench and his work
is largely anecdotal and Is written by C. C.
Buel, and Illustrated by Kelly and Muhnnan.
The paper on 'Actors and Actresses of
New York,' by J. Brander Matthews, con
tains sketches of some of the best of the
metropolitan players, with drawings In char
In the same vein is a short article In the
Home and Society department of the No
entitled U. M. 8. Pinafore for Amateurs,'
with directions as to setting of stage, dress
ing of characters and cast of parts for this
delightful and popular opera.
'In a Bnailcry,' by Ernest ngersoll. Is a
natural history paper on an out-of-way sub
ject, npon which Mr. Henry Marsh has ex
pended some delicate engraving.
'The Stickeen River and It Glaciers' by
MsJ. W. H. Bell, describes the wonderful
Wrangel to Glenora.
'The Measure of a Man by William Psge,
the artist, is sn account of his re-discovery
of the ancient proportions of the perfect hu
man figure, with diagrams in explanation of
The nnillustrated material contains an an
signed paper entitled A Journey to a Po
litical Convention' (the CincinnatiConven
tion in 1878) which may be read with interest
in connection with Presidential foreeastings.
An essay by Rev. Dr. C. C. Tiffany on 'The
Tendency of Modem Thought as seen in Ro
maoism and Rationalism; a short story by
Miss Adeline Trafton, called 'Fraulein,'
and another by Krlstoler Jan son, a well.
known Norwegian author, entitled 'Half
witted Guttorn." 'Falconberg' comes to
an end with this number. Mrs. Burnett's
story of 'Haworth's' reaches a sixth In
stallment. The poetry Is contributed by R.
H. Stoddard, Edna Dean Proctor, Elaine
Goodale, Andrew B. Baxtoo, David 8. Foster,
Angusta Moore and Mary E. Bradley.
In 'Topics of the Time,' Dr. Holland dis
cusses 'dome Thin Virtues, "Improving
Politics and 'The Medical Profession and
the BUte.' Rev. Aueustus Blauvelt con.
tributes some curious experience of his own
toward the solution of the question, 'Are
our Insane Retreats Inhuman t 'Home
and Society contains 'In Tea -Cup Time,'
and 'Duties of a Nurse. 'The World's
Work' contains descriptions of Lighted
Buoys, the Pedo-Motor, Stone Plsnine Ma-
cblne, raper tor Koonng uomes.
Package for export, etc, etc
is considerably enlarged. '
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS
THEY ARE WORTH THEIR
WEIGHT in COLD
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
DE.TTTT: DearPlr: For t-n Team I hare
bni a martyr to DjKperoia. t'onsitptioii ami
PilM. 1-oM sinrx your l'li I. w-m-.-)nim'ncU-l
tome; I used them (but with little faith). I
am now a well man, hare Rood appetite, diges
tion perfect, rcfrulur atool. pill's cone, and I
have gained forty pounds nhd flush. They are
worm weir trcigni in gu;i.
ev. K. L til 1UT-ON", Louisville. Ky.
A TORPID LIVER
It the fmitfnl aouree of many dlwien. such ss
PrsprroU. Siek lUarlui-lic.l 'otitlvrnvm, Dysen-ti-Vr,
HtHotis Fever. Anne suit Fever. Jaundice,
Tntt's Mils exert a powerful Inflnenre on the
I.lverjnd wlU withe- rtnlnty ivlievet lut impor
tant orsau from diSLiiae, aud restore its Ucnnal
TbersTiIdltv wt!t which tvrsonstaTseon flN-sh.
whiltMindsTtiiciiiflm'ticefif these pillKOl itself
imncaie ine.r atuifaDiiiiy io mMirmn ire imki,
heiife tlii'lrffiimirviti urine iiervoiiadebiiitr.
dvspepsia, wvi Inn of the mi:'li'S.HnCT;lhn'
neuiw uiu Krcugiu to uc syscui.
Onlr with mpnlarity of the bowels cnti perfect
lieal th Im enjoyed. V1kii the constipation Is of
;he ronvti tvi t ionjs of
of TTJTTS FILLS
n-o-nt date, a niiicle close of TTJ
will suffice, but if it ha become 1
K.ll ImmhI M.I evr5 I
is the freouencv of the to
t night, (nsTsdually IcMen-
rtrwf nntil fvui str daulr
hw-h will ooq follow.
mui t ni.nl w curtained, which will soon fol low,
Nold EferTwhere, SS Owls.
OFFICE. S3 atTJUBAY ST HEW T0B&
Khonld be provided with a relisv
ble mediclae t treat Bach ease
aa constantly oeemr la house
holds. Sneh a remedy sheala
combine healing soothing, and
enrative properties. No tnedlel
nal preparation has) ever been
(Uncovered which combines
these In such n degree as
r has been so sneeeswfhl in cur
ing severe and chronic cases or
Neuralgia, Ague in Face,
Sore Throat, Biliousness,
Lame Back, Piles,
Where this medicine has been
nee need no other will take its
place. It is sale, agreeable ana
powerful. No inflammation or
pain can exist where the Curs,
tlve has been used as we direct.
It is the best PAIS UIIXEB ever
Sold by all Dragxisfs.
UWSON CHEMICAL CO.sClef6lanfl.O.
LARGE NEW SIZE. 50 cenU ntl 11.00.
PxHhfahr Cured by
ttisae Utile Pills.
They also relieve
sla. Indigestion and
Too Hearty Kauri.
A perfect remedy for
Drowsiness. Bad Taste
In the Month, coated
Tongue, Pain in tlie
Side, Ac They regu
late the Bowels and
and Piles. Tbe small-
Mr, and aaslesl to take.
40 in a vial. Purely Vegetable.
cm 2& eeula.
oota oy iu urn sw
CARTER MEDICINE CO Prop'n, Erie, Pa.
Vive Vials by asaU br one dollar.
DR. C. ILIoIsANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
mHE countenance is Dale and leaden-
-s- colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeks; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate; an azure semicircle runs
along the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir-
ntated, swells, and sometimes bleeds :
a swelling of the upper lip ; occasional
headache, with bumming or throbbing
of the ears; an unusual secretion of
saliva-, slimy or furred tongue; breath
very foul, particularly in the morning;
appetite variable, sometimes voracious,
with a gnawing sensation of the stom
ach, at others, entirely gone; fleeting
pains in the stomach; occasional
nausea and vomiting; violent pains
throughout the abdomen; bowels ir
regular, at times costive; stools slimy;
not unfrequenuy tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine turbid;
respiration occasionally difficult, and
accompanied by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy
and disturbed sleep, with grinding of
the teeth ; temper variable, but gener
ally irritable, &c
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. McLANE'S VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURV
in any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not eapable cf doing the sligliiest
injury to the most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. McLane's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C. Mc-
Lane and tleming Bros, on the
DR. C. McLANirS
are not recommended as a remedy ' for all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections
of the liver, and in all Bilious Complaints,
DvsDensia and sick Headache, or diseases oi
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used preparatory
to. or after taking (Juinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF I3f ITATIOXS.
The cenuine are never sugar coated.
Kach box has a red wax seal on the lid with
the impression Dr. McLane's Liver Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C
MCIuAXE Slid I LEM1NG 1SROS.
Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C Mc
Lane's Lives Pills, prepared by Fleming
Iiros.. of Pittsburgh. Pa., the market being
full of imitations of the name JUcLttnef
spelled uiiierentiy but same pronunciation.
Do not neglect to care for and so lose
your teeth. A small amount of money
expended to keep them in good condi
tion is a good investment. We keep
Tooth Brushes, Powder and Mouth
Washes and will be glad to select for
each of our patients just such as their
This is the time of the year to hare
your bad teeth removed before the cold
weather comes and they begin to ache.
We make Gold, Silver, Continuous
Gum and Celluloid Plates (besides oth
er kinds), but find Gold a much better
base for artificial teeth than Rubber.
Examination and counsel free.
We will be glad to work for any who
ujay uesire uur services.
Teeth extracted without pain by the
nse of Nitrous Oxide Gas. 9 -3m
IIolbbook Brothers. D. D. S.
SBa Sk a week la yoor owb town. $& Ontfl
S?KK free. No risk. Reader, if you wan
UayW abasinesa at which persona of either
sex can make a rest nar ail thi time
they work, write for particulars to H. Ballbtt A
I uo.,t-onianu, a sine- i-X7yiw
1 business you can engage In. t5 to ttt
oar dnr mads br anr worker of either
aex. right la their own localities, Par
ticnlars and satLDles worth So free, li
orovs roor spare time at thla basinets. Add res
Brissos Co., Portland, Maine. U-STyl
CORSETS of all kinds. The
best in town for 50 cents.
A new lot of especially
desirable colors and
A new lot of HOSIERY, very
cheap, in Ladies', Misses',
. and Children's.
COLLARS and CUFFS
A lot of Children's Hose, job,
at 10 cents.
Peerless Carpet Warp at 18c.
Of every style and quality, at prices to suit
the purchaser, comprising Black and Fancy
Bilks, very low ; Black Cashmeres the best
ever offered offered in this market lor the
Our stock of Ladies' Foreign and Domes
tic Dress Goods is very full and complete,
and at prices that cannor fail to satisfy the
demands of all.
Domestic Ginghams in laree quantities
from ten cents to a shilling.
Prints in treat variety, from four to eight
Domestic Cottons at astonishingly low
prices. Tbe best bleached cotton at ejt"
cents ever offered at that price. Peerless
wrsps at su cents.
Cloths and Cassimeres
In unusual variety and quantity, which we
can make up to order at prices that cannot
fail to please ; consisting of Overcoatings
and Suitings for men and children's wear.
Also a verv lanre assortment of Ladies'
Cloaking and an unusually large stock of
Ready-made Cloaks from f'ioO upwards.
Foreign and Domestic Shawls a fine as
sortment selected wiw great care.
Our Ssinon Stools.
Table Linen from 25 cents upward. Nap-
b'ma nnDrecedentlv low. Towelinns of beau
tiful quality, and of every grade. Handker
chiefs a very nne a toe, some as low as
four cents each.
We carry a full line of notions consisting
of Hosiery, u loves, uoiiars ana juns, a.s
diea' Neck Wear, etc, also a very large
stock of Robert's Needles and Cutlery
which are guaranteed to please in every re
spect. They are tne very best in me woriu.
Uur stock oi
Is ample and the prices suited to
wants ot everybody. An
elegant stock of I
Our spring stock of
Comprises a fine assortment of custom-
made Clothing, at prices so much below
those previous to tbe war as to astonish any
whose memorv mav extend back so long; a
time. Also Hats, Caps, Gloves, Underwear
and Uenta' furnishing uoods.
BOOT. SHOE L11CL RUBBER
denartment this season we have obtained
larger and better selected stock of the newer
styles than ever before. We have Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Shoes, also Men's
and Boys' Boots and Shoes, which we can
sell greatly below any former figures. In
fsct in all departments prices are more fav
orable ior tne purchaser man nave neen
known for years.
Tbe citizens of Wellington and vicinity
will do well to look over our stock before
purehsaing. We will try to please all in
showing goods and making prices satisfac
Baldwin, Laundon & Co.
.Tli Best Snows, to tlie trade.
IT. Y. Mills, or Wamsutta, 2200 Linen,
" 2100 "
If wnlaUndried a reduction of $3.00 per dozen.
The "Diamond" is the leading
and does the bulk of the custom
. - .
eastern cities. We furnish a
$5.00 per dozen cheaper than the
I perfect fit and satisfaction.
An agent wanted in this locality
NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS
The former high priced machines REDUCE D to
Thoroughly warranted and sent to yon for
Examination Before You Pay For It.
And no obligation to keep one. If not arras than any machine yon ever bad.
Every Family can now own a
The Old Favorite and Reliable STANDARD
Sewing Machine $20.
AxNOWLEDGfiS NO SUPERIOR ! ! !
We cannot make a better machine at any price.
Th Highest Piemium Awarded the Stitch at the Centennial.
A Strictly First-Class Double Thread Lock Stitch Marhlne, more complete In equipments than
any ether, and combining; all tbe late Improvements, with tbe old and well-tried qualities
FOR WHICH THE STANDARD IS SO POPULAR.
A Faithful Famllv Searlne Machine In everr sense of
tion nf nl,ln nv finrv vwlnv vlth pui .nil mrulntv
while In use for veara In Thousands of Families, that
Ave rears, and kept In order fr e of charge. Money
nrw-wm n p.ir. v.. nnww Rvi.nw it i. Amn u
companled by a more complete outfit of numerous and useful attachments f.r all kinds of work (free of
extra charsvl than Is Riven with unyotber machine at any price. The Star.dard Machine has more Rood
?ualltles man those of double the price. Lioht aid East Ruxnino, a child can use It. Btboxo axd
iriinta never out of order. Kapld and certain in executl n- No useless Ccgs or Cams to wear cut or
make a noise Will Last roa Ybars. Is ready In a moment, and understood In an hour. Makes the
Double Thread Lock Stitch, alike on Dots sld- or the Roods from cnmnrlc to leatner, uses a snort. BtnuKiii
and Strong Kecd.e. Ext a Lone, Lanre, easily threaded bbuttle. With New Arms atio Tknsiox. Large
Bobbins csoahlc of holdlnc one hundred yards i.f thread.
Riving It many desired qualities aia jrreat capacity tor
ii niA mnn ,n mini m pniiiu nriimi 1 1 u 11 nn.-.i Binn viid
county to receive ordeissnd deliver ma.-hlne. Kxtra lnducments ottered Clenrymen, Teachers, Business
Men. etc Illustrated Rook, samples of work, with price Mat. etc.. fr -e. !ale delivery of Roods guaranteed
to any part of the world. Address, BTA&UA1U) wsiMi UAVHlMf uu., lfUUilAl at
PLACE, New York.
The New Era
Is made from chntno
White Winter Flint Wheat
By Putnam's Patfent Process of Prepar-
1 c T-v I .1 T . :
an7i u a perfectly pure erticle, free
from any adulteration whatever.
IT IS A NERVE 1000.
It can be uetl by thosa who cannot
use Imported Coffees, and contains Tit
tups and health-producing' element
not possessed by fea or coffee.
tr liysictans universally inuorse it as a
healthful table drink. A prominent
physician and sariceon of San Francis
co, Cal., writes us, "It is the Wonder
of the Age !"
What the People Say of It.
TTavinir used the New Era Coffee for tbe
past year, I believe its general Introduction
will prove a permanent good.
Al. tXL. A.X.GI SS. AT.
Dorchester, Sept. Sd, 1878.
Having used it in my family for the past
year aud tested its excellent qualities, a oe
lieve it is a real sanitary boon to people gen
erally. AFKED C. GARRA.TT, u. J.
37 Boylston St.,. Boston.
I consider it a most hesthful and nutrit
ious beverage and free from all th Injurious
effects of tea and coffee.
82 Commonwealth A v., Boston,Msy 29, '78.
For ten months I have drank the New Era
Coffee. The palpitation of the heart which
I have experienced from drinking Java Cof
fee has entirely ceated. I think it excellent.
N. W. STEAKS.
296 Columbus Ave., Boston xay 20th, 1878.
I have used the New Era Coffee for the
fiast nine months, ana so mucn . pieasea witn
t that I intend drinking it constantly.
JOSEPH BANAKU, U. 11.
Neponset, July 16th, 1878.
i or sale bv W. w. harvey.
The Seif-ThreadingStiuttle and Self-Setting
Needle and other Valuable Improve
ments are now applied to the
Domestic Sewing Machine
Wliick makes it the best Under-feed Sewing
Machine made. I am also sgent lor tbe
Davis Vertical Feed
The New Home
Sewing Machines, each of which has advan-
tsges peculiar to ltaell, which recoinmenas
them for a variety of uses and iL.ake them
recond to none in the market.
Patties desiring machines will find it to
their sdvantaee to give me a call. All ma
chines warranted. All kinds of Sewing
Machine Needles snd also a fine quality of
Sewing Machine Oil kept for sale.
S. P. HASTINGS, Ag't,
Office in Benedict's Block, Wellington, O
Jan. 16th lyr.
t3T atria. Iwrlee katra Irmf
I UTallLklblXU at Ml I.
ANHIn NnW York cily. Joiu!it.nii. tbeir
rvalvalw.. tha fcMjm4 sMms in ill. warbL
It- WBrcuf very wlut. Iiw .1 hi . .1 rings Wantj.
Inl lnlMk at hut of uo .aunt ' '-1 Maa
TV ASS SLASK- rfaa Vat ktrlan require ni btarhius.
Tart liana, aTJ So, baa Trademark of ill. auli Imuoitsia
joai r. bhuttos a to, aTx..
shirt company of America
work in New York and other
m ma. 1 r S.a-m f "V I
nicer shirt and irom $d.uu to
small factories and guarantee
Measures taken at the New York
A. LI. FITCH.
to supply the rapid demand !
First-class Sewing Machine
the word that runs smooth and does every descrip
ULtnmf and well mode, and so thoroosnlv tested
each machine thst ic.ves oar rectory is warranted ior
Refunded st once If not perfectly Satisfactory,, lia
icnivr. K.i.mu to nav for. Kach Machine is ac
A Lanre btronir Machine wit b arcat width or arm.
a wine rane ot wjrK. it is we oesi mac Dine i.i pnu
1 1 1 . . v . 1 1 .11 1 1 1- r .niie n . .111. w loim . 11 . 1 1
For restoring Gray Hair to
Its natural Vitality and Color.
which is at
ing the hair.
Faded or gray
iftfiir ji xrvm
ffiiWiieJsww' restored to its
original color, with the gloss and
freshness of youtlu Thin hair is
thickened, falling hair checked, and
baldness often, though not always,
cured by its" use. Nothing can re
store the hair where the follicle! are
destroyed, or the glands atrophied
and decayed. But such as remain
can be saved for usefulness by this
application. Instead of fouling; the
hair with a pasty sediment, it will
keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off,
and consequently prevent baldness.
Free from those deleterious sub
stances which make some prepare-
tions dangerous and injurious to
the hair, the Vigor can only benefit
but not harm it. If wanted merely
nothing else can be found so desir
able. Containing neither oil nor
dye, it does not soil white cam
bric, and yet lasts long on the hair,
giving it a rich glossy lustre and a
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Prmctteal aut JLnalytUxil CKewUsts.
SOLD BT IU DKUOGI3TS BVEBTWaOEBBV
printed at this office
on short notice and on
most reasonable terms.
Give na a rail.
Having purchased the large
Wareroom formerly owned by
T. Doland, and fitted it up for
a Livery Stable and furnished
it with first-class rigs, all new,
I am prepared to meet every
want of the public in my line.
uooa teams iumisheu at all
hours and at reasonable rates.
P. C. THOMAS.
IT WILL PAY YOU
To bny yonr SHIRTS of
T. EC. TCTJIBBIiY,
Practical Shirt Maker, - Mansfield, O.
N. T. Mills or Wamsntta, 2300 linen, f 24.00
" " 1800 " 18 00
As good as any eastern shirt, - 13.00
8ix shirts for - - - - -
I do my own cutting snd can fnrnish a
better fittirg and better shirt than you can
get elsewhere. Measure taken by
F. C. LEACH, Agent,
At Harvey's. Wellington, O.
P. 8. A nice line ot Imported shirtings.
Milk Cans, .
Iron Clad Milk Pails,
Fairbanks Standard Scales.
Every-tlling that pertains
to the manufacture of cheese
and butter furnished at the
lowest prices. Opposite the
American House, Wellington.
I Wedlock. cO -.laLiinjt, vita tumnf
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fc Yv Y.OrStt
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THE BEST PRESERVATIVE EVER USED
for Wood, Iron, Stone or Brick Structures,
FOR INSIDE OR OUTSIDE WORK. Send
for Sample Colors and Price lasts (FREE) to
GUTTA PERCHA PAINT COMPANY, 356
Euclid Avenue. Cleveland. Ohio.
. For salety Everett & Starr.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
J Oaks) of Sapono, a Vrwl of water end a ImA, elota at
slOCSX CLEAXOa an eeay eai everk Jf
WILL CULIX TllSTm
WILL CUlS SaSBLK, XswteU, TlMes and 81
WILL CXKAX OIL CLOTHS, ilansw, unilssi. J
WILL CLIa BATH TTBS, Willi iilm, -WILL
CU1H CBOCCraiTa Plimni,
WILLCLEIS KITt UES CTE5SILSof aD Lmd
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WILL POLISH Tl!lt I
WILLPOUSsfl ESITCSaa yen wash t
WILL POLISH all MstaJ nswrnceaansl
WILL CLEAJI a nil Artktss Ami Is
BETTEB AXB CnUAPKE the Sasah Ksaary. Beltsn Cl-wJ
Price lOc Per Cako. "
For sale by Dr. S. B. Emerson.
Prirate Haspltal, IDS I
I A new vj-srk. price Vs)
eents by mail. Myfrw
riea of Katnre, PhynV
elegy ef MarHage, Or
8. Clr st.,i:aicago, m
III. (rj-SpecitvUjr. all I
Private, Ckrenio and I
Female Dii I
Iblwnaea ef Tenia ami
11 an hood; a wealth ef
ehstes and vmlstaais in-
Lmdlsjsi and OeaUe-
awn, send one oolamr f.
for asmplea of beat
r e tt b r gosda, mad 1
vateaTiitss Infawmatlsu I
roiansn. ef late rest
I to beta sexes. Vsthlam
I offensive to geed tasto
bv express. ReUav fl
hie fssaale PiUs, t&l
per box. PrlTSstnl
booM and nurse for I
Ladles asswisia; eon-1
Iano reastncM. lassr
smation never bemre
I MUiilHd. X e fknulr
I should be without iu
I C7Aadresa, Dr.i.0,
I OLD., JOS Clark St.
BestQnalltv. PerTect FltUnr. .
tTamstjtta ausiaw a best ikioh ijniv..
6Tnr C fi KMp'a Pavrtly-Bfadat Jna
O O Shirts. only pllu snuus to flnljh.
KJ KI-S ClTSTO SS 8HIRTS. C? Ck
Made to measure csaaate. 3 " JJ f
aadiraataH.ISsatakMt.aatra.vlUi mA aairdMaa.
8enil address oa postal card for samples sad
circulars with dlrt'ctloas for self-roeasoremen t
OIB1.IIT BKOTHKVUi,lKO W.4th St. OnclnnAtl.O
eeaUAgta.AMtrs. C21 OUto pt. Bt. Iuls. Alio.
Perfome the Breatli,'
made oSenalve by
Catarrh, Decayed Teeth,
Foul Stnmafji, Ac, Ac
dermnen. Slnirera and Speakers wfll find
them to give immediate relief and a cler oace.
Good for Children : also Young and Old should
use them; especially Youn Ladjea and en.
Sold by all DrnisU Confectioners, only .
TRlk M'f 'g Co., Rochester, N.Y.
For sale ly ir. S- B. ltim-ison.
THE CfREAT ENGLISil REMEDY 1
GKAT'S SpKCIFIC MKDlCISa!
TRADE MARK. Is especially TKAua.".
aa an unfailinsj
core for 8i-
cv, and all dia-
easaa tnat 101
t.. aa a ae-
Before Taking o Tliiiig.
of Memory, Universal Lassitude. Pain la the Back,
Dimness of Vision. Premature Old. Age, and many
other diseases that lead to insanity, Consumiitioa
and a Premature Orare, all of which as a rale are
Brst caused by deviating froir. the path of nature
sbd over Indulgence. The Specific afedicinrjis the
resajt of a life of study and many years of exper
let ca in treating these special diseases.
Full particulars in our pamphlets which ws de
sire to send free by mail to every o ' .
The 81 eclfic Medicine is sold by all Drurgtsts at
(1 per package, or aix packages for ti, or will be
sent by mail on receipt of the money by addressing
THBGRAY MBDieiNB CO.,
No. 10 Mechanics' Block, Drraorr, Mtcn.
sYSo'd in Wellington by 8. B. Emerson, and ail
Strong, Cobb A Co., Wholesale Agents. Clers
snd, Ohio. ' il-30-ly